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  FOX    Mornings on 2    News  News/Business. New. (CC)  

    January 6, 2013
    7:00 - 9:59am PST  

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. happening now. streets are still closed down in san jose. four hours ago it happened, and what police say contributed to the accident. this is a nhl lockout and the puck highway soon drop down at the tack. why you need to bring extra change with you if you plan on parking at a meter in san
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francisco today. complete bay area news coverage. this is "mornings on 2". good morning, welcome to "mornings on 2". it is sunday, january 6th. i am mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. >> we will check in with rosemary to see if the rain is gone. not yet and dealing with spotty showers across the peninsula from san mateo and loss ooh ltos and palo alto, a few sprinkles there. and we have san jose dealing with light rain and off to the east where we have fremont and areas near hayward and showers in the forecast. we will have weather improving for sunday afternoon, what to expect, coming up. streets are shut down in san jose. it happened four hours ago on south first, margaret streets. alex savage is joining us from
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the scene where they are still investigating the accident. >> reporter: a sergeant with the investigations unit with the san jose police department told me his team will try to figure out if weather was a factor in the deadly crash. it is still raining a little bit now. this is a single car accident that happened on the front street and the 280 overpass. fire crews are trying to assist the coroner's office. to get the man's body out of the car. the driver in this case was a 22-year-old man. the accident happened about 2:30 this morning when the man lost control of his car. swerved off the road and actually sheared off two light poles on the side of the road. the car went up the embankment before flipping over and landing on the roof. it is a san jose police officer on patrol nearby who heard the crash. there is an officer parked around the corner. he heard the accident. he was the first one on the
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scene providing first aid. he was pronounced shortly after. > >> the sergeant out here tells me the victim has been identified at this point. police are not releasing his name as of yet. at this point there are no outward signs that alcohol was a factor in the crash and that will be investigated here and to bring you out to the live picture. firefighters working with the coroner's office working to extract the man's body. this roadway in south first street will be he reopening in the next half hour or so. live this morning in san jose. alex savage. channel 2 news. we do have good news for the shark fans. it appears the lockout is finally over. the nhl and player's association agreed on a tentative deal that threatened to wipe out the entire season. the 16 hour negotiations session reportedly produced a
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10 year deal. with a $64.3 million salary cap for the 2013 to 2014 season. free agent contacts will be a maximum of seven years. the share of hockey related income will drop from 57% to a 50/50 split. it does need to be accepted by the players. >> we have a lot of i say to be dotted and crossing ts and a lot of work to be done. >> the deal means a 48 game season could begin january 19th with teams playing only in their conference. >> the firefighters responded to a haz-mat scare. and a security guard at pacific biosciences smelled a strange odor and felt nauseous. they decided to launch a haz-mat operation. they were not sure what type of substances were stored in the building. they put on haz-mat suits and
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set up a decontamination area. >> we set up the areas to have an entry team and we did set up an entry team to go in and examine the atmosphere. >> they traced the problem to an overheated system that spread the fumes throughout the facility. a teen is in the hospital after being shot last night on lynn den avenue. police say it appears to and drive-by shooting. and the teen is taken to the hospital and in stable condition. funeral plans are pending for alyssa byrne whose body was found on a snowbank after disappearing on new year's eve. they are holding benefits in her honor. the photo is greeting them at the sports bar and hanging photos of her that were taken when she played little league baseball. >> she was a ball of energy. ball of life and she will be
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missed by us. every day. alyssa treatment of becoming a firefighter-paramedic. they presented her with a patch. proceeds will go to the national center for missing and exploited children. a man stabbed a cab driver last night outside the macarthur station. the incident began with an argument between a man and woman inside one of the trains. the woman got off the train with the man chasing after her. he followed her into the taxi. the cab driver tried to inter convenient and that's when he was stabbed. another cabbie took the cab driver to the hospital that was stabbed. no word on the woman involved. a hitchhiker stabbed a man giving him a lift. it happened on river road. the victim had a child in his
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car when he picked up the hitchhiker. it is unclear why he was stabbed. but he was able to stop the car and throw the hitchhiker out. he was taken to the hospital with stab wounds and they are now searching for the hitchhiker. this happened yesterday afternoon on gary street near leaven worth. the bicyclist swerved into traffic to avoid someone opening a car door. the bicyclist was treated at the hospital for injuries. 13-year-old girl is recovering from life-threatening after being hit -- injuries after being hit. she was visiting from out-of-town and it appears she ran into traffic. people who live in the area say this is the latest involving the intersections because pedestrians can't see cars coming up the hill. >> in the last five months, this is making me aware of the
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problems that persist. so, it breaks my heart. having children of my own. there is a sign near the intersection that says no crossing. they don't know whether the taxi driver will be cited. there is no more free meter parking in san francisco. meters are going to be enforced every sunday, everywhere in the city from noon until 6:00 p.m. they hope it will free up parking places in the shopping district. but business owners are worried it will drive people away. drivers will get a warning if they don't feed the meters. rosemary orozco, rosemary, you are right, and the majority of the bay area got wet. >> avoid driving in the afternoon. where was i? at 4:00? driving in the rain. if you have early morning errands, an umbrella will do you good. we will begin to see this taper
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off with spotty showers across the bay area. there is a live look there at the mostly gray skies. we will continue to see gray skies by the most of the day. partly cloudy and partly sunny, most of the sunday will be a little soggy and gray. give ago look here, storm tracker 2 picking up showers at long the peninsula. and san mateo has cleared the area and moved south of the areas of the san mateo bridge. it falls in and around sunnyvale. and into highway 101. you will see steady light rain overhead if you are getting outdoors this morning. meanwhile. in and around fremont as well as medical pete it is a. and -- malpietas and few light showers as well. here is the center of the system. and with the storm tracker
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backed up, you can see the wrap around moisture. this is what we are getting at this point. steady rain is gone. hit or miss showers and this is going to continue to move south and east. when it moves south and east, we will see the showers decrease and we will be dealing with partly cloudy skies and mostly cloudy for some and dry conditions. 44 napa. and concord. temperatures warmer than we have seen in recent days. we are cloudy. cool, little breezy out there. bring along the jacket if you are going to be outdoors. >> let me run this through. you are going to notice the breaks. by noontime or so. it is pretty much out of here and for the afternoon. partly sunny and partly cloudy for some of us. it will last the entire day. we can expect this for the afternoon. dry conditions partly cloudy. and cool. and mid-50s in oakland and 55 in san jose. the extended forecast here. bit of a warming trend as we get back to work on monday. for lots of little ones back to
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school. and in the forecast. and not too bad. few areas will be in the 30s. talking about the possibility of little patchy fog tomorrow morning. and tuesday. fair skies in the forecast. slight chance for rain will come back wednesday night and last into thursday morning. some areas picked up quite a bit of rain. i will show you the rain totals, coming up. protestors gathered outside a courthouse as two teens before -- appear before a judge. a case that has divided the town and the video posted on line. and why more arrests could be coming. despite the new healthcare, the cost of healthcare could be going up for california residents, who is raising rates by double-digits. >> take a look outside. this is the maze in oakland. and traffic is just moving fine. if you are headed north and on into the city. and it looks like the roads. if they are not too wet, you will have a smooth ride.
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for a great price today at your local safeway store. . good morning to you. few clouds breaks and showers lasting through the morning hours. the first family is scheduled to arrive back in washington within the next half hour. the president and michelle obama held hands at the airfield and bid farewell to the well wishers and got on board air force one. they spent the last day at the hawaiian rental. they are scheduled to land at base and drews. and we will show you more later. the search continues for a man who was last skydiving in
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washington state. crews have narrowed the search to a quarter mile area near the mountain east of seattle. kurt ruper was wearing a brown and green wing suit and that suit may be making it hard for the rescuers to spot him in the terrain. crews were outlooking for the plane carrying italian fashion designer vittorio missoni. and he was traveling with his wife and two crew members. the plane vanished. the designer house was founded by his father. this is a rape case involving two football players and a 16-year-old girl. >> more than a thousand protestors, some wearing masks demonstrated in front of the
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steubenville courthouse yesterday. this showed a video, they were joking about the rape last august. >> more people charged as accomplices. they are better handling of it by the school and the police. and the community itself. i want the community to stand up against this corruption. >> city officials are defending the handling of the cause through a website detailing the investigation. the two play for the high school team and now they said they would not allow the popularity in the area to sway the investigation. they are going to be tried in juvenile court next month. the penn state six scandal will be unfolding in the next couple of months. jerry sandusky will be in court. they want the judge to throw out the guilty verdict. sandusky was convicted of 45 counts of sexual abuse. they are accused of covering up
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the molestation pending the resolution of several motions. the mod dose he toe paper report that it was closed friday to discuss information that could under are mine a prosecution witness. it is not known if the information will change the outcome of the trial. back in 2010, a jury found ingmar guilty of killing levy after attacking her on a trail in 2001. her disappearance drew national concern when they learned she was having an affair with gary condon,. police are asking for your help in solving this crime. he was shot while drive ago silver suv, it is january 7th on 2007. police say the gunman in the shooting had confronted casius that night at club caliente, anyone with information is asked to call the police
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department. a $10,000 reward is being offered for the arrest and conviction of the driver involved in a hit and run that sent a pedestrian to the hospital. it happened at five on christmas eve. the suspect's vehicle is similar to the one we are going to show you a picture. >> it as 1996 to 2,000 know. honda civic. it likely has damage to the right side and bumper and hood. the windshield could also be broken. the victim remains in critical condition. the gunman in old town, zorc has been released from the -- in sacramento has been released from jail. he is accused of injuring four others in a shootout like thousands of people were in old sacramento. montoya faces murder charges and is scheduled to appear in court on tuesday. sacramento's mayor is now proposing a gun buy back
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program. kevin johnson suggested the idea as officials talked about the response to the shooting. the mayor said giving people cash for guns will help keep weapons off the streets. similar efforts last month in san francisco resulted in hundreds of guns being handed over. they stepped over security to try to stop a recurring problem. the breaks are a prime time for copper thieves to target the schools. the high school was stripped of its metal wiring. they have made an arrest in the case. school hired a security team to curb the problem and they are asking neighbors to keep an eye out for suspicious activity. >> east bay fire activities may be failing to meet the times. this is the only east bay fire department that meets four key benchmarks for protection. they include having four firefighters in each engine and truck and one firefighter for every thousand people in the
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population. now the other two benchmarks outline response times. fire officials say budget cuts are making it difficult to maintain staffing levels needed to meet the benchmarks. federal grant will allow the fire department to hire new and laid off firefighters. the $7.8 million grants will put two more engines in service every day and stop rotating station closures. >> some insurance premiums are going up. more than 25% in california despite the new healthcare law. >> they report anthem blue cross is anticipating premiums for some policy holders. >> aetna is raising premiums. blue shield of california plans a 20% increase. 37 states have legislation allowing regulators to roll back rates that are deemed excessive and california does not. bone marrow drive will be held for a bay area mother of three battle ago rare form of
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lymphoma. she desperately needs a bone marrow transplant. indian american don't mores are her best chance of finding a match. the drive is schedule for today. from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. bone marrow drives will be held next weekend in san jose and fremont. it is just the brooklyning of -- beginning of flu season and they say it is going to get worse before it gets better. there are dramatic cases in the bay area. number of people who tested positive for the flu doubled from 6% to 12%. doctors say flu season will ramp up as children goes back to school. >> the flu is officially here. it is common in kids and they are together in exchanging germs all the time. >> the flu season can linger into march or april. they say it is not too late to get the flu shot. well, it is cold outside.
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but that is not stopping some people from jumping into the bay. a cat with cargo. what was found taped to the feline's back and what police believe it was used for. they are pulling out of the bay area this morning. what you can expect for your sunday, coming up.
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. a cat in brazil. trying to break into jail. it has cellphone. files. memory card all taped to the cat. guards say the items could aid in an escape attempt and help inmates communicate with criminals on the outside. he was taken to a local animal center. they are gathering in china for the ice and snow festival. one spot turned into
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extravagant ice city. the theme is dream snow forest and magic ice animation. led lights are being used to cast a glow in the freezing temperatures. they get to take a ride down the giant ice slide which is 500 feet long. looks fun. brave and well trained people jumped into the san francisco bay for the annual alcatraz winter swim. that is impressive. most perform the one and a half mile feat without a wet suit. the water was a balmy 49 degrees. they say it is a thrill. >> i like this feeling. i have done it. and i don't know. just feels great to me. >> it me, it is like the holy grail. if you are a backpacker, you have to go to the sierras and if you are an iron man, you have to swim alcatraz.
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>> good for them. the swimmers say to be mentally tough and not think about being cold. i don't know if i could not think about being cold. >> unlike hunter, i prefer to have that on. >> yes. >> coming up on 7:26 right now. we will check in with rosemary and see how we are looking outside. if you enjoy going in the puddles, you have time to do that. we will be drying out with partly to mostly cloudy skies. and showing you moderate rain oversacramento. for us here. we have light showers still showing. milpitas seeing light rain. a thunderstorm reported here and there off the coast. but for us. just pretty much good decent rain. pleasant ton. and union city.
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and along highway four. antioch. overbay point. you will have light showers in the next half hour or so continuing. actually falling right now and continuing. storm tracker 2 showing you snow over the sierra. if you are traveling to the sierra for today, there is actually a winter weather advisory for the yosemite area. and additional snow expected. here is some of the rainfall totals. santa cruz mountains picking up. and in san francisco, there is the extended forecast. once we get passed the morning showers we are drying out for the afternoon. dry monday, tuesday, wednesday, and the next will arrive into thursday morning. look at the numbers. not too bad. upper 30s and 40s. afternoon highs getting into the low 60s. monday and tuesday. back to you. alabama teenager is facing terrorism charges.
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. police are getting ready to open up roadways after a fatal
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crash few hours ago. welcome back to "mornings on 2". i am mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. >> this is south first and margaret streets. alex savidge is joining us live where authorities expect to open up the streets pretty soon, right, alex. >> reporter: this crash has left a 22-year-old man dead this morning. his name is not being released at this point. this is a single car accident. investigators are out here working the scene. it happened on first south street. over the 280 overpass. he swerved off the road and his car ended up on the roof. that's where it still is at this point. >> the coroner removed his body and the crash happened at 2:30 this morning. he went off the roadway. >> sheared off light poles and went over the embankment before flipping and landing on its roof. they heard the crash and tried to help the driver. there was rain overnight in the area. traffic investigators will be
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trying to figure out if weather played a role in the deadly crash. >> weather could have played a factor. i don't know what the rain was like at the time of the stent. -- of the accident. >> there is water down there. >> reporter: at this point the sergeant on scene told me no outward signs that alcohol was involved in the accident. that will be fully investigated. there were no witnesses at all i should say to the accident. single car accident. no one else around what had happened. and an investigator will have to piece this thing together based on the evidence and the this scene this morning. you can see it is still an active scene. the car sitting on its roof and they have to come in and remove the car. >> south first street should be opening up here shortly. live this morning in san jose, alex savidge, channel 2 news. a teenager is scheduled to be in court for charges that he was planning an attack on his
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high school. he is being prosecuted as an adult. he is a self-proclaimed white supremacist looking to commit hate crimes. he mapped out a plan to bomb the school in a journal he kept in a camouflage cover. a teacher discovered it after he carelessly left it in class on friday. >> maybe he has friends that wanted to do it. >> he could have gotten it into the school. and he could have gotten the whole cool. >> he targeted six students and a teacher and developed the plan days after the connecticut school shooting. they found dozens of tobacco containers filled with shrapnel and fuses in his bedroom. the family said journal is filled with the harmless thoughts of a rebellous teenager. this is in aurora, colorado. a 33-year-old man shot and killed three people before
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officers gunned him down. the victims are his father-in-law and sister-in-law. the standoff was when the man barricaded himself in the home and fired at officers. >> as she was leaving, she saw three people in the home that appeared to be lifeless. >> a woman who safely escaped was identified as the gunman's wife. she said her husband is mental little ill. tomorrow will be an important day for the suspect james holmes. they will out line the case against him in a hearing that is expected to last all week. holmes is charged with killing people last july during a midnight showing of the batman movie. dark knight rises. the judge must decide if there is enough evidence to take the case to trial. we are learning how the obama plans to curb the gun violence. joe bide depp is spearheading the group. they are considering proposals
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as universal background checks and tracking the movement and sale of weapons through a national database. strengthening mental health policies and for those giving firearms to children or carrying weapons near schools. biden will lead an aggressive public relations campaign to drum up support. san francisco music venue is holding this for the sandy hook airia. they want to decorate it with paper snowflakes. they are holding a snowflake afterwards, it will send the snowflakes to connecticut. today's event is from noon until four. they will release more information tomorrow to excavate a well near sacramento. this is where the remains of a serial killer was found. they found broken bones and a fetus in the well and purse and
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jacket from another victim. they gave investigators the map to the well and burial site. she and the childhood friend were known to be on the killing spree. they killed as many as 20 people. people are looking for a 92 year old man that hasn't been seen since new year's day. he is described as a white man. 5 feet 5 inches tall and green eyes and green hair -- and gray hair. >> known to visiting racetracks and he is on dozens of medications he needs to take regularly. this is interstate 580 in oakland near the off ramp on the eastbound side. chp shut town the off ramp while police investigated the shooting. all victims transported themselves to the hospital. they are in stable condition. no word if anyone is in custody. people in oakland passion at about stopping gun
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violence -- passionate about gun violence took their cause to the streets. the group save oakland was outside brookdale park and 16-year-old were shot at the park. the father started a foundation in her honor and said he wants to help troubled teenager. >> tell them that there is other sources and places where they can spend time and feel loved. and needed. and they don't have to go to the streets and get caught up out here. >> police arrested three people connected to the homicides. one is a juvenile. the adults. daunte powell and antonio edwards have been charged with the murder. the police union is at odds over safety spending. proposed spending for $5,000 to get deputies from the al made daly city office to get them to
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patrol the streets. they should go to buying squad cars or hiring new police officers. >> it is fun having a break. rosemary, you were saying back to school for a lot of folks and grab the jackets. >> yes, it will be cool out there. patchy fog expected for tomorrow morning. today, our active weather winding down. for the afternoon, we have some decent weather in store for the second half of the sunday. still a bit soggy out there. it is mostly gray. gloomy and scattered showers do remain over the bay area. giving you a look at storm tracker two. we have moderate rain falling and in the sierra for today. here at home. hit or miss showers through the morning hours. continuing to pick up light rain over campbell. cupertino and if i shift over a a little bit. this is the pink mix, rain and snow. some of the highest peaks in and around 4,000 feet or higher
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than that perhaps, a bit of a dusting for areas near mount hamilton this morning. along 680, light rain and milpitas seeing sprinkles at 580. pleasanton and few sprinkles and we watch the rainfall over areas near pittsburgh and highway four. this is tapering off. it is sliding south. as we back it up, it is easy to see how it is shifting south. we are getting the wrap around showers. this will begin to dwindle, by the afternoon. we are left with partly cloudy and dry conditions. here we are. 8:00 still, few scattered showers and they are still here. they continue to move south. still with us. by moon time. and dry. partly cloudy skies and into sunset. about 5:05. what can we expect temperature wise. 40s out the door this morning. we are five to 10 degrees
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warmer than we were yesterday. with the overcast skies. it is cool and breezy. mostly cloudy and upper 40s and 50s. and expected for the second half of the afternoon. and during the warmest part of the day. for tonight. and into tomorrow morning. patchy fog for the valley locations. it is warming into the low 60s for monday and tuesday. going to feel pretty good out there. it is winter after all. >> wednesday night into thursday. next chance of rain will move into the area and bring the temperatures down. back into the low 50s for the afternoon. mid-30s will be the coolest day on thursday morning. we will have the rainfall totals coming up. >> thank, rosemary. >> tickets go on sale for the san francisco 49ers. divisional playoff game. they will be hosting the green bay packers. they beat the nfc rival north. and they have a lead at half and went on to win. 24-10.
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this is the sixth time since 1995 that the packers and niners will face each other in the playoffs. they have 11 of the meetings. and -- won one of the meetings. >> they are at lambeau and the a lot has changed since the game. alex smith was the starter back then and now packers will fate colin kaepernick and he died a nfl record with a 63-yard field goal. now he is working to keep his jobs after making the attempt this is season. wild card game is today. our coverage begins at 1:00 with the fox nfl pregame show followed by the game at 1:30. the winner of the game will face atlanta next such. as for the afc, houston beat cincinnati.
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the texans will face the patriots and they will lead the colts against the baltimore ravens. they will face the broncos on saturday. all right. 7:41. caught on video. the arrest of a teen that is sparking controversy in seattle. why critics are calling it excessive force and how the police department is defending the officers. first, we will give you a live look outside. interstate 680 in sonoma. roadways are looking wet and the rain continues to fall in portions of the bay area. two hands on the wheel this morning if you are driving the corridor. time now is 74 #. you are watching "mornings on 2" -- time now is 7:42. you are watching "mornings on 2". wé
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. good morning to you. it is foggy with lingering showers through the morning hours. searchers are looking for at least 100 people who are unaccounted for after wildfires devastated the australian island of tasmania. fires are still burning. causing 3,000 people to evacuate. julia garard is scheduled to tour the area tomorrow. more than 65 homes. police station and a school burned in the fires. we want to warn you go graphic images. an incident caught on video has seattle police facing accusations of excessive force. >> hey. don't you fight me. >> the video was captured by a police dashboard camera and shows the officer striking the 18-year-old suspect and then
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officers pinning him to the ground. they were questioning him about a vehicle left running. common by shoplifters. they said he bit the officer. >> it was constitutional and the force that was used during the course of the arrest was reasonable and necessary. >> it was excessive for all of it. no need for force. they are bullies with a badge and that is really unfortunate. it is a waste of taxpayer money. >> the suspect suffered a cut near his right eye and said he was racially profiled and booked on felony assault on an officer and the charge was later dropped. an investigation is underway into the incident. new yorkers are calling for subway barriers in which attackers pushed their victims. they would be expensive and difficult to install at every stop in the 108-year-old
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system. others including paris and beijing use a slighting door system in some of their stations. new this morning, the syrian president gave a national address saying his country is under attack. this is the first address since june. tens of thousands of syrians have been killed. and he said they were fighting groups of murder russ criminals and denied the up bring rising -- up rising against his family. they are calling for him to step down. israel's prime minister is calling for a fortified fence on syria. these are mortar rounds that were fired in november. netanyahu said they need the fence and jihad forces have moved in. and they are concerned about the chemical weapons. unsung hero of the iran hostage crisis has died. >> i told him that we were expecting guests and invited him over.
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>> family members say john shear don passed away after battling alzheimer's disease for several years. the former canadian diplomat hid four u.s. embassy workers in his home during the 1979 iran hostage crisis. their rescue is depicted in the film argo, ben affleck apologized for leaving him out of the film. in an interview this week. he said he was fully aware of his heroism and unable to include him due to time constraints. another canadian diplomat who hid two other americans was portrayed in the movie. stanley mcchrystal is speaking out about the incident that led to his resignation. he said his decision to resign was his alone. he said he takes responsibility for the remarks in the rolling stone article that quoted his
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aides for criticizing the white house including joe widen -- joe biden. this is by napa valley's poet laureate. a wooden box will contain poems for people to take home and enjoy. poet laureate leonora wilson said she got ideas from portland, oregon. poem boxes will be installed in helena and cal list toga. -- cal toga. and this is dream liner service to asia. seven years of waiting. san jose will begin service to tokyo on friday. that will be offered five time as week. come this summer it will be offered daily. silicon valley tech executives say they are excited for the new service. dream liner is the world's most
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technologically advanced airplane. san francisco is concerned about housing complexes and the residents got a chance to be heard. they want it for an environmental impact report. they want to build 700 units on a 49-acre sites. but 500 units of the public housing complexes would need to be demolished to make way for the new development. >> the idea is to develop it into a mixed income community that would be affordable housing and all new community amenities. new park space and new community center. the developers say the policy, people who are living in the housing projects right now and in good standing would be given a spot in the new development. well the company sling media plans to change their ways after customers filed complaints about the maintenance and warty plans. they will pay $175,000 in
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penalties. customers were upset when it didn't honor it's soft wear and they failed to register with the state. so it must reregister. they make hardware to watch tv from various portable devices. the conference kicks off tomorrow in las vegas. the electronic show will show smart gadgets controlled pay voice or gestures. latest advancements in car technology. two # new products will be unveiled this week at the show. >> celebration of richard nix object's life -- richard nixon's life at yorba linda. and the rear admiral will attend the ceremony at the presidential library. the plan to lay a wreath sent by the white house and there will be a jet flyover. military presentation of colors and 21 gun salute. he died in 1994 at the age of
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81. in mexico, people are celebrating the fees of epiphany. the balloons have a message from children. they celebrate the day the three wiseman visited the baby jesus. it marks the ends of christmas season and this is the day the christmas trees are taken outs of the house. this is up for grabs. how much a mega millions ticket, that is the winning ticket could be worth. >> trapped for hours. why it took so long to get free. and who finally came to his rescue. >> wet weather of the bay area is winding down. i will have what you can expect coming up. ♪
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. a big jackpot is up for grabs. it is town an estimated $47 million for tuesday night's
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drawing. no tickets were sold on friday that matched all six numbers. one ticket was sold in california matching five numbers and it was missing the mega number. and it was sold in san joaquin valley and worth $172,000. a deer is back in the wild in el dorado county. it is trapped for hours in the women's backyards. the aptlers of the animal -- antlers of the animal got caught and there is barbed wire. >> the homeowner found the deer and then called police. it took the wardens and firefighter to free the deer. that deer apparently regularly visits the area. he and the mate have had fawns on their property in recent years. snow is falling in the sierra. want to show you a live look at interstate 80 where it is falling throughout the morning. that is 6100 feet. up to 6 inches of new snow
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expected to fall from the latest storm. strong winds also expected today in the sierra. the continuing snowfall is good news for california ski resorts. they are reporting big profits from attendance over the holidays. the ski resort is seeing an increase in business. lake tahoe is seeing an increase in bookings. and many businesses are hoping to make up for lost revenue following last year's poor ski season. >> it was dry. >> it is looking great up there now. people are headed up to the sierra and happy to see all the snow up there. >> and new dusting of snow over the last three hours. additional snow is expected this morning. if you are planning to head to the sierra wait a little bit. the scattered showers should taper off and as you get out the door. it is 8:00 and when you hit the sierra. it is 10:00 a.m. rain is falling in the central
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valley. our showers are winding down. sunnyvale reporting light rain and santa clara and into milpitas. i have to show you higher elevations. mount hamilton report ago snow/rain mix. snow levels at 4,000 feet this morning. we are going to continue to see this moisture pull out of here. can you see light rain pulling out of pleasant ton and livermore. this is shifting south and east and it will be dragging the moisture with it. and taking along with it, the rain. here is a look at the rainfall totals for the past 24 hours. more than 3/10th in san francisco and over the santa cruz mountains an inch. and we are warming it up. warming trend for monday and tuesday. cool start for the day. up erp 60s and the little ones get back into school. the forecast for tuesday and the next chance for rain rolling in wednesday to
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thursday morning. back to you. golden state warriors will be back on the court hosting the memphis grizzlies. they will bounce back with a loss to the clippers last night. just days after beating the la clippers. they were soundly capital he is being. and they never led in the game and the clippers won 115 to 89. >> time now is 7:57. good news for hockey fans. the lockout appears to be ending now that it is ending, an agreement has been reached. we will have a report on the overnight development. free meter parking on sundays comes to an end. why the businesses are worried about the change.
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. they are cheering as the lockout is coming to a close. there was a response in menlo park the and where the trouble was. what police believed happened in a neighborhood. complete bay area news coverage continues. this is ktvu, "mornings on 2". good morning, welcome to "mornings on 2". it is sunday, january 6th. i am mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. >> we will start off with a quick check of the weather with
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rosemary orozco. >> if you have outdoor plans. wait awhile? >> couple of hours. two or three hours. by noontime we will be in good shape. scattered showers do remain. this is off the coastline of monterey and shift south and east and dragging the rain with it. over part of the north bay, there will be drizzle and continue to find rain along santa clara. and the expressway and san jose, a few mix of rain and snow sprinkles falling over parts of mount hamilton and over the east bay. continuing to follow rain. pleasant ton, livermore. and scattered showers in the forecast. and tapering off and drying off in the afternoon. >> we will have what you can expect today. and a look at the numbers as well. good news for hockey fans. the lockout is ending after a marathon negotiating session between the league and the player's association. alex savidge is live with the
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tentative agreement announced overnight. >> reporter: it is great news for shark fans and the businesses here near hp pavilion. they have suffered without hockey crowds to draw to the area. now it appears it is close. an agreement was reached early this morning. a marathon negotiating session got it done. it happened back in september when the collective bargaining agreement expired between the league ant player's union. part of the new 10 year agreement puts caps in place and limits on the contracts. and with the deal to end the lockout. they are looking at a 48 or 50 game season moving forward. depending on how long it takes to ratify the agreement. games could start within a week other two. >> we have to go through a ratification process. board of governors have to approve it from the league side
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and the players have to approve it as well. we are not in a position right now to give you any information about schedule, when we are starting: >> reporter: the league and the players union will be voting on the contract. it sounds like later on this week. over the past few months. we have reported on restaurants and bars in the area. near hp pavilion that struggled with no sharks games being played. >> business owners are applauding the deal that could be reached. it could have players back on the ice. >> we are live this morning. alex savidge. ktvu news. a teenager is recovering in the hospital overnight after being shot in san bruno on lynn den avenue and santa theresa way. the teen was taken to the hospital and now is in stable condition. police finished clearing several streets after a fatal accident there. the crash happened at 2:30 on
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south first. and margaret streets. the coor veered off the side of the road hitting a couple of lamp posts before flipping upside down. a 22-year-old man was in the vehicle. he was pronounced dead at the scene. they are investigating how it happened. >> they responded to a haz-mat square overnight. a security guard at pacific biosciences smelled a strange odor and felt nauseous. they arrived on scene and decided to launch a haz-mat situation. they are not sure what type of substances were stored in the billing. they put on haz-mat suits and set up a decontamination area. >> we set up a warm zone, cold zone and cool zone. and we prepared an entry team and we set them up to go in and investigate the atmosphere. >> it is too to an overheated ventilation system that spread fumes throughout the facility. there are funeral plans for
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the girl who was found on lake tahoe after new year's eve. they are holding benefits in her honor. a photo of alyssa is greeting customers beyond the glory sports bar and hanging photos of her that were taken when she played little league baseball. >> she was a ball of energy. ball of life and she will be missed by us every day. alyssa dreamt of becoming a firefighter, paramedic. they presented her family a firefighting patch to welcome her to the firefighting family. proceeds from the fundraiser will go to the centers for exploited and missing children. they hit a muni bus in san francisco. it happened on gary street near leaven worth. the bicyclist swerved into traffic to avoid hitting someone opening up a car door. a 13-year-old girl is recovering after being hit by a
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taxi in san francisco. that happened friday night near the intersection of pine and stockton. police said the girl was visitinging from out-of-town -- visiting from out-of-town. people say it is the latest incident involving the intersection because pedestrians can't see the cars coming up the hill. >> 6:27. >> the last five months. and this is for me. and i am aware of the problems with this. so. it breaks my heart having children of my own. >> there is a sign near the intersection that says no crossing. police have not said whether the taxi driver will be cited. they may be failing to meet national standards. the contra costa times is reporting that they are the only department that meets 14 benchmarks for fire protection. they include having four firefighters in each truck and one firefighter for every 1,000 people in the population.
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the other two benchmarks outline response times. budget cuts are making it difficult to maintain staffing levels needed to meet the benchmarks. >> they will allow the fire department to hire new and the $7.8 million grant will put two additional fire engines in action every day and set up closures. try to stop a recurring problem. the brakes are prime time for thieves to target schools. a school was stripped of its metal wiring. they made an arrest in the case. they hired a security team to patrol the campuses and asking neighbors to keep an eye out for suspicious activities. there is no more free meters in san francisco. they will be enforced everywhere in the city from noon until 6:00 p.m. they hope it will free up parking spaces in busy shopping districts and some local
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business owners say it will drive customers away. >> there is a grace period for the next three weeks. they will only get a warning if they forget to feed the meters. good morning to you. improving weather in store for your sunday. we do have to get through occasional showers this morning and mostly cloudy skies. take a look at that. layers upon layers of clouds. kind of cool looking and gloomy start and soggy start out there. storm tracker 2. want to show you the system. pushing south and east. it is easy to see it moving south and east and pull out of the area. this is part of the south bay. san jose, highway 101 and out of 680 and 880 and into fremont and continuing with the rain/no mix. over areas near fremont. livermore. light showers falling here.
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680 along highway 84. farther up north we have it falling along four as well. antioch, the pittsburgh area. getting into the 8:00 area. it is generally dry. drizzle still falling in the neighborhoods and this will shift south and we are improving north to south. few showers do remain favoring the east bay by 10 or 11:00. continuing over the east bay, south bay. and continuing and continuing. and partly cloudy skies and beginning to clear out over the east bay. then by sunset right at 5:05 this afternoon. temperatures this morning not as cold as we have been with the overcast skies. breezy, cloudy. and with 40s outside your door. still feeling cool. 44 in concord and 46 in hayward and mountain view. just not as chilly and freezing and below freezing a couple of days ago. through the morning hours. continuing with the showers and afternoon. partly cloudy and dry.
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and 55 for oakland today and in fremont. and 55 in san jose. 55 for redwood city. and santa rosa and as well as as napa valley. spotty showers this morning. drying out by the afternoon. tomorrow looks good. tuesday looks good as well. wednesday, thursday, little if why there. showers may reenter and last into thursday morning. we have a warming trend going on for the first half of the week. monday, tuesday. low 60s for the afternoon. little bit of patchy fog to start the morning. overnight lows not too bad. the pattern changes once again and slip back into the 50s. back to the desk. >> thank you. >> it is happening right now. the first family is back from its hawaiian vacation. there is a live look at air force one as the president gives a wave and makes his way off the plane. there are his girls and the first lady michelle obama coming up as well.
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they make their way down the stairs and this is from the joint base andrews and that takes 15 minutes. >> you know, the first president's term comes to an end. there is uncertainty about the status of the cabinet and top positions in government. that will be one of his first big issues he has to deal with. the fiscal cliff is over and now he has to look at the cabinet. hundreds of protestors crowd into front of a courthouse. >> it is dividing a small town. and disturbing video that could lead to more arrests. >> they are coming unfire. what they are doing in new york that has superstorm sandy survivors upset. this is one on the approach to the toll plaza. very quiet on the sunday morning. you are watching "mornings on 2". well, well, well.
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. good morning to you. live look there at the san francisco skyline. dry weather in the afternoon. search continues this morning for a florida man who was last seen skydiving in washington state. crews have narrowed the search to the area of the foothills east of seattle. authorities say kurt gruper was wearing a brown and green wing suit. the suit may be making it hard for rescuers to spot him in the terrain. they were out searching to are a missing plane off the coast
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of venezuela that was carrying vittorio misoni. he had two friends and two crew members and his wife with him. the top executive for the fashion house that was founded by his father. small ohio city is deeply divided over a rape case involving two football players and a 16 year old girl. >> more than a thousand protestors, some wearing masks demonstrated in front of the steubenville, ohio courthouse yesterday. that followed outrage over a video posted on line which shows tube benville, athletes joking about the rape last august. >> more people charged as accomplices. bet are handling of it by both the school and the police. and the community itself. i want the community to stand
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up against the corruption. >> they are defending the handling of the case through a website. the two teens play for the high school football team. the police insist they will notelet lou the popularity of the investigation -- to sway the investigation. they will be tried in juvenile court next month. the next chapter in the penn state six scandal will continue next month. defense lawyers are arguing that they were not given enough time to prepare for the trial. they want the judge to throw out the guilty verdicts. he was convicted of 45 counts of child abuse. meanwhile hearings for three other people are being postponed pending the resolutions of several motions. a $10,000 are reward is being offered for the arrest and conviction of this person. this happened on christmas eve
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on bra street near hogan avenue. it is similar to the 19,962,002 door black honda civic. you see in this picture. they have likely damage to the right headlight. bumper and hood. the windshield could also be broken. the 54-year-old victim replains in the hospital. they are report ago closed court session was held friday to discuss information that could under mine a prosecution witness. it is not known if the information will change the outcome of the trial. in 2010, they found him guilty of killing levy after attacking her on a washington d.c. trail in 2,001. her disappearance drew national attention after they learned she was having a fair -- affair with a congressman. police are asking for your help in solving this crime.
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he was shot bill driving his suv on january 7th of 2007. the gunman in the shooting had confronted him earlier that night at club caliente. >> anyone with information is being asked to call the san francisco police department. new yorkers are calling for subway barriers in the wake of two deaths where attackers pushed their victims off the platform. >> they said it would be difficult to install at every stop of the 108-year-old system. they use sliding door systems in other stations. some soup arestorm sandy victims are mad at google. why the company is coming under fire. >> if your house looks like this from hurricane sandy. you may not want it photographed for google for the 360 map technology. but google has been out in force on staten island snapping
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photos for the site. it lets anyone to type in the address and see the property. they lived on cedar grove avenue. the updates will change the picture of the home from this to what it looks like now. tracy is their neighbor. >> this is not what we are. this is what happened to us. >> i have seen enough people coming by to take pictures. to me it is gawking. we don't need that right now. we need help. >> google doesn't see it this way. we hope the updated imagery will help the people understand the extent of the damage and the importance of coming together as a community to aid in the recovery efforts. maria lost everything in her home said she is okay with the updated images. if you look around. it is like a flower here. you hear the generators and flowers and saws. and we are coming back. >> others think it showcases
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staten island at its worse. >> i would like people to remember the neighborhoods as they were on the shores of staten island. >> that was emily smith. they will continue to document the aftermath of super storm sandy. it is committed to drive in the affected areas over time. they are going up more than 25% despite the new healthcare law. new york times said blue cross is proposing to increase premiums in california for some policy holders. aetna is racing by 22%. blue shield of california is planning a 32% increase. they have legislation allowing regulators to roll back rates that are deemed excessive. but california does not. it is the beginning of flu season. they say it will get worse before it gets better. there is a dramatic rise in cases here. the people who tested positive doubled from 6% to 1%.
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flu season will ramp up as children start to go back to school. >> the flu is here in the bay area. and it is common in kids and they are together in exchanging germs all the time. >> the flu season can linger into march and april. so health officials say it is not too late to get the flu shot. >> a bone marrow rally will be held today. she desperately needs a bean marrow transplant. an american indian owner is the best donor to find a match. it will be open from 11 to 3:00 p.m. bone narrow drives will be held next weekend in fremont. you can find more information about the drives on the web link session on the website. they are becoming the first airport in the bay area to offer nonstop service to asia.
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it will begin the service to tokyo on friday. at first, it will be offer five times a weekle silicon valley tech executives say they are excited for the new service. the dream liner ises most technologically advanced airplane. >> tomorrow is moving day for the this building. it closed its doors last week and now workers have the task of moving the exhibits to the new home which will be on pier 15. the move should be completed within the next two weeks. the new explore tore yum on the pier is scheduled to open on the 15th. >> they catch quite the unusual smuggler and how inmates tried to use a cat to help them break the law. >> for a storm of 2013, it is slowly moving out of the bay area this morning. we will look at where the rain is still falling and what you can expect for your area coming up.
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. thousands of people are gathering in china. it is dream snow forest and magic ice animation. led lights are being used to cast a cherry glow and visitors are getting a chance to ride down the giant ice slide which is 500 feet long.
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time now is 8:25. not enough ice to slide down here. but it is cold and rosemary is tracking snow in the mountains. >> there is stuff up there? >> yes, we have snow levels down to 4,000 feet. the sierra will pick up a few more inches today. if you are planning to drive to the sierra be aware snow showers continue there as well. there is a tapering off and few pockets of scattered showers. still in the forecast for the morning hours. there is the low off the monterey coastline. continuing to sag south and east, can you see the wrap around moisture if you paid attention. you can see how the counter clockwise motion continues to drag a few scattered showers our way and pushing south and east. and claudine wong mentioned some peaks and picking up snow and rain mix. and antioch as well as clayton. a and the rest of us may be a
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spritz and little bit of a drizzle. it is turning dry. for the afternoon, we will be dry. this is the extended forecast. low to mid-40s for the afternoon. dry conditions. we will be dry monday, tuesday. minor warm up in store for the forecast. and upper low's and 40s and as we get into wednesday, thursday, the next chan of rain will come our way. most of us sitting in the 40s. we will look at the current numbers in a little bit. cat in brazil is caught breaking the law. take a look what guards found strapped to the teal feline. >> it included battery. charger and memory card. they could aid in an escape team or help inmates communicate with criminals on the outside. the cat was transferred to a local shelter. they worked out big bucks for a big tuna fish.
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that was $1.76 million. that is nearly three times of the prize set last year. the fish weighed a whopping 489 pounds. look at the thing. the winner, they said the fish will be big enough to serve 10,000 pieces of sushi. >> tuna, anyone. more violence in a colorado town. the sick hour standoff with police that left four people dead and what a survivor is saying about the gunman. the 49ers know they will be playing green bay and history is not on the niners side when facing the packers. ?v
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. well overnight a deal reached to end the nearly four month nhl lockout and bringing hockey back in as early as nine days. welcome back to "mornings on 2". i am claudine wong. >> the nhl and the association reached a tentative agreement hours ago. that means the san jose shark fans will see their team on the ice after all. a 16 month negotiating session with the federal mediator went into the early morning hours today. the agreement is for 10 years with a $64.3 million salary cap for the 2013-2014 season. their share of hockey related income will drop from 70% to 50/50 split the deals still need to be ratified. games could begin as early as january 15th.
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we are gathering reaction from hockey fans. alex savidge will have a report for us coming up at 9:00. a man stabbed a cab driver outside the mcarthur bart station. it began with an argument between and man and woman on one of the bart trains. one of them got off and the man followed her into a taxi. the driver of that taxi tried to inter convenient and that's when he was stabbed. the suspect took off and another cabbi e took the driver to the hospital where he is in stable condition. no word on what happened to the woman involved. >> police investigated a freeway shooting on interstate 580 and at around 5:30 last night on the edwards off ramp. on the eastbound side. they shut down the ramp while oakland police investigated the scenes. all victims transported themselves to the hospital. they are all said to be in stable condition. the off ramp is now open. >> they are passion about
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stopping gun violence and took their message to the streets in a peace rally. >> the group said oakland held the demonstration outside of brookdale park and they were shot at the park in november. the father started a foundation in her honor and wants to help troubled teens. >> there is other sources and places. where they could spend the time and feel loved and needed. they don't have to go to the streets and get caught up out here. >> police arrested three suspect insist the killings in keys. one of them is a juvenile. the adults, powell and edwards. are charged with murder. oakland city leaders and a police union reportedly at odds about how to spend men any regarding safety. according to the clinical two council members froze spending
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to get deputies from the alameda county office to protect city streets. but the police union said it should go to squad cars or hiring additional police officers. violent standoff in aurora, colorado ended with four people, including the gunman dead. he shot and killed three people before officers gunned him down. his victim included his father in awe and sister-in-law. after he barricaded himself inside a home and repeatedly fired at officers. >> as this person was leaving. she saw three other people that were in the home that appeared to be lifeless. >> the woman escaped from the home was identified as the gunman's wife. she said he was mentally ill. there will be a hearing tomorrow for james holmes, the shooter in the amovie theater shootings. holmes is charged with killing 12 people and wounding 70
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others during a midnight showing of the batman movie, "the dark knight" rises. the judge must decide if there is enough evidence to it take the case to trial. a teen will be in court to see if he was planning an attack on his high school. he is being prosecuted as an adult. he is a self-proclaimed white except premises looking to commit hate crimes. he mapped out a plan to bomb the school and in a journal he kept in a camouflage cover. he left it in class on friday. >> got to worry about it still and maybe he had friends who wanted to do it. >> he could have gotten it for the whole school. >> he targeted six students and a teacher and developed the plan. . >> authorities s they have dozens of containers filled with shrapnel and holes drilled for fuses in his bedroom.
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the family said his journal is filled with the thoughts of a rebellous teenager. vice-president joe biden is spearheading the group. considering proposals such as requiring universal background checks and tracking the sales through a database and strengthening policies and giving firearms to children or who carry weapons near schools. once it is set. he will lead a campaign to try to drum up support. >> the music venue is hosting the benefit for the parent teacher association. sandy hook students recently went back to school in the new building. they want to decorate it with paper snowflakes. bottom of the hill in san francisco is going to hold a snowflake making party. afterwards, it will send off snowflakes to connecticut. it is from noon until four. >> they will release more information tomorrow to
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excavate a well near sacramento. the same well where the remains of a victims of a serial killer have been found. they found broken bones from at least three people and a fetus in the well along with a purse and jacket of another victim. death row inmate leslie shermentime gave them a map to the site. they are known as the speed freak killers for the meth-filled killing spree. they believe they killed isophene as 20 people. this man has not been seen since new year's day. he is a white man, 5 feet 5 inches tall with gray hair and green eyes. he is known to visit gambling halls and racetracks. he is on several medications that he does need to take regularly. >> tickets go on sale tomorrow morning for the 49ers divisional playoff game. they will be hosting the agree bay packers saturday night.
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they beat the rival vikings. and they have a 17 - 3 lead a the half. this is the sixth time since 1995 that the packers and niners will face each other and niners have only one of the meetings back in 1998. thank you, steve young and terrell owens. they beat the packers at lamb we in the season opener and loss has changed. alex smith was the starter back then and facing collin kaepernick and involves david akers and he has a record with a 63-yard field goal and competeing to keep his job after making a career low 69% of his field goal attempts this season. the other wild card game is set for today. say hawks and redskins. our coverage begins at 1:00 this afternoon with the fox nfl pregame show followed by the game at 1:30. the winner of the seahawks,
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redskins game will face a game next week. the texans will face the patriots on sunday. andrew luck will lead the colts against the ravens. the winner of that game will face the broncos on saturday. good morning to you. off to a soggy start. improving weather for the sunday afternoon. giving awe live look across the bay and out towards the golden gate where i see a little bit of blue out there. we will see partly cloudy skies and dry conditions. i posted a three hour time lapse and see how active it was a few hours ago. this continues to shift to the south and east and we will be drying out in the second half of your day looking pretty good. even a few reports of lightning off the coastline and in and around monterey and little bit of hail fall august. it has been light to moderate rain and yesterday into the morning hours. continuing now over parts of
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the east bay. there is light rain falling just east of milpitas and we have rain continuing over the hills here and snow levels down to 4,000 feet and mount hamilton shows us rain and snow mix this morning. we have light rain falling along areas of 580. and this will continue as it pushes off to the south and east. we head up over the sierra and scattered showers remain here as well. it is 4,000 feet at times. just hit or miss and that is going on through the morning hours. the showers will be winding down. and the counterclockwise motion can be seen here and it is coming from the north and switching from the west and then at some point in an area reporting still southeasterly breeze. this is going to continue to move south. as it does. it will continue to take the scattered showers with it. 45 in livermore. and 47 in oakland. upper 40s at sfo and san
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jose. these numbers are a few degrees warmer than yesterday. and you are 10 degrees warmer than where you were yesterday. we are wet and we are a little breezy out there. it still feels cool if you are getting outdoors to the farmer's market. and we will bring you through the morning hours. >> few scattered showers as well as the south bay. 10:00. still dealing with it. >> noontime beginning to see it move out the bay area. and lefts for cloudy skies and sun will set at 5:00. a few minutes after in some cases. extended forecast here showing you low to mid-50s we get lieu the afternoon. and monday and tuesday look good. you have a little one heading back to school tomorrow. low 40s in the forecast. and partly cloudy skies. and patchy fog to deal with and lieu the locations and feeling pretty good. low 60s in the forecast. wednesday into thursday and the next chance of rain will come our way and drag temperatures into the low to mid-50s.
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. good morning to you. giving you a live view over lafayette where the wet weather is slowing down and dry weather will highlight the afternoon. they are looking for 100 people who are unaccounted for after wildfires were on the island of tasmanian. they are burning close and close to 3,000 people were evacuated and the mayor is expected to tour the island tomorrow. more than 55 homes. police station and the school burned in the fires. the syrian president gave a national address today saying his country is under an attack. >> this is his first address since june. since then, tens of thousands of syrians have been killed. forces were fighting groups and
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called murder russ criminals and denied the family's rule. they call for him to step down. israel's prime minister is calling for a fortified fence on the border of sir aia. this is the mortar rounds that were fired back in november. benjamin netanyahu says israel needs defense and the jihad forces moved in. the prime minister said he is concerned about syria's chemical weapons. we will warn you about the graphic incidents. this is caught on video. they are facing accusations of excessive forces. >> hey. >> don't you fight me -- bite me. >> a police dashboard camera captured an officer striking an 18-year old suspect and other officers pinning him to the ground. police say they were questioning the teen about a vehicle left running in front of a department store.
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a common ploy used by shoplifters. >> the stop was constitutional and the force that was used during the course of the arrest was reasonable and necessary. >> excessive was all of it. no need for forces. niece officers are bully was a badge. it is unfortunate. it is a waste of taxpayer money. >> the suspect suffered cuts near his right eye. he said he was racially profiled. and he was being booked on a charge. and an internal police station investigation is underway. >> retired general stanley mcchrystal is talking about the what led to his retirement. he was the commander in afghanistan and it was his decision alone. he takes responsibility for the examine remarks in the rolling stone article which said his
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aides criticized the white house. >> there was a surge in troops in afghanistan. the first family has returned home to washington. just about 40 minutes ago. we showed you live as president obama and the first lady stepped off of air force one at joint base andrews. first family threw overnight from hawaii. upon arriving they boarded marine one and went back to the white house. end of the year vacation lasted more than two weeks and he did return to washington to negotiate the fiscal cliff deal. a poem project started by the poet laureate will be on the river trail of veteran's memorial park. will contain as many as 50 poems for people to take home and enjoy. she said she got the idea for the project in portland, oregon. if the poem box is successful, boxes will be installed in american canyon and in
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calistoga. a celebration of richard nixon's life will be celebrated in yorba linda. his daughter will attend the ceremony at the richard nixon presidential library. they plan to lay a wreath sent from the white house. there was a will a presentation of colors and # one gun salute. he died in 1994 at the age of 81. >> an unsung hero of the 1979 iran hostage crisis has died. >> i told him that we were expecting gifts and invited him over. >> family members say john sherdon passed away after battling alzheimer's disease for several years. he hid four u.s. embassy workers in his home for two and a half months during the iran hostage crisis. that was depicted in the film argo, ben affleck apologized
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for leaving him out the film. in an interview this week, he said he was fully aware of his heroism and unable to include him due to time constraints. another canadian diplomats who hid two other americans was portrayed in the movie. they plan to change its ways after they filed multiple complaints about the warranty and maintenance plans. they will pay $135,000 to settle the claims. customers were upset when sling media did not honor its warranty and gave faulty software to do the updates. it is an electronic service keeler after failing to do so. sling media makes hardware that allows easters to watch tv from portable devices. this kicks off tomorrow. this year's consumer electronic show plans to showcase a new group of smart gadgets controlled by voice or
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gestures. the latest advancements in car technology. new products are expected to be unveiled this week at that show. >> two companies are in the running to acquire the hostess baking empire. >> this is from georgia and a mexico based company and it could go to $350 million. they make thomas' english muffins. it is known for nature's own bread. hostess declared bankruptcy in november. there could be long lines for lottery tickets for the next couple of days. mega millions. goes up after no numbers were matched. this is the forecast for the afternoon. i will have what you can expect for your neighborhood, coming up. [ woman ] ring. ring.
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. a buck is back in the wild after being trapped in a women's backyard. his antlers got tankled and she found the buck in her backyard friday afternoon. two department of while life wardens freed the animal. the rain is falling here and snow is falling in the sierra. up to 6-inches of new snow expected to fall. winds are expected today in the sierra. the continued snowfall is good news for the ski resorts. many of them are reporting big profits. the memorial ski resort has an
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increase in business for the holiday season. lake tahoe chamber of commerce reports an increase in bookings. they hope to make up for revenues for the poor ski season. >> they are coming down the mountain today and going back up and if you are, it may be a sluggish commute. it is still snowing up there. we are still dodge ago few showers. that will taper off and wine down to dry conditions for the sunday afternoon. i have seen the activity already begin to drop off. giving you a look here at storm tracker two where we continue to watch a few scattered showers over parts of the east bay. livermore on 580 and i-80 we have scattered showers as well through fairfield and in livermore over the altamonte pass and picking up little bit of light rain in the north bay and few sprinkles.
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have to back this up and show you. it is easy to see what is happening when you see the whole picture. you see the whole storm beginning to shift south and taking the rain with it. we are going to be dry. scattered showers this morning and upper in the highs for today and we are looking at temperatures in the low to mid-50s and then we will warm it to the low 60s and fair sky insist the forecast. low 40s as we stretch into wednesday, thursday, the chance of rain will come back to us. lasting through the evening hours and then drop off as well. low to mid-50s for wednesday and thursday. back to you. >> thanks, rosemary. >> it is going to cost a lot more to attend the burning manifesttively. tickets will go on sale february 13th for $380. last year the price started at $240. 4,000 tickets will be made available for people who qualify for the low income ticket plan. they will cost $190 this year
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up from 160. in two days, the big jackpot is up for grabs. that has a lot of people rushing to buy lottery tickets. it is up to an estimated $47 million. the drawing will be on tuesday night. no tickets were sold on friday night. there was a ticket matching five numbers and missing the mega number. it is sole in san joaquin county and still worth $572,000. it is one of the hottest tickets for college football fans and one of the most expensive. all eyes will be focused on the bcs national championship game in miami. number 1 notre dame will be taking on alabama in sun life stadium. tickets are selling for up to $2,500 and many fans say it is worth it. it is a little expensive. we had to do it. can't mess it. >> definitely worth it. >> i am cheap and i will go
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500. >> we will see what happens. >> they travel to miami in hopes of watching the game in person and ticket brokers say they will most likely end up having to watch the game from restaurants or bar. >> well the golden state warriors will back up the car and hosting the grizzlies. they will try to bounce back from a loss of the la clippers last night and the warriors were soundly beaten at the staple center. >> they never led in that game. it was 151-8989. >> and they are -- 151-89. >> his business is getting a bad rap and the appeal he plans to bring before the city council. >> the airplane price increase of 2013. which airline is hoping for a hike and how much it could ends up costing you.
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the san jose sharks could be back on the ice at h.p. pavilion within a couple of weeks after an agreement is worked out that could end the n.h.l. lockout. what sharks fans are telling us this morning. >> plus a scare at a menlow park bio chemical facility overnight. what a security guard discovered that has hazmat crews rushing to the scene. >> the flu is officially here. >> the battle against the flu has begun. how you can protect yourself against the deadly illness.
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and good morning, everyone. welcome to mornings on 2. it's sunday, january 6. i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm claw sedin wong. the rain -- claudine wong. the rain came on right as scheduled. now the question is when is it going to leave? >> it's already improving. this time it lasted about three hours. as we have been moving through the morning hours, so has the rain been moving to the south. we will remain with scattered showers in the forecast through the morning but tapering off to mainly dry conditions for the afternoon. still light rain over livermore and to the east over the altamont pass, and you will find this, but again, we will be drying out to partly cloudy skies, and we are looking at temperatures in the 50s. i will look at those numbers for you, i'll give you an hour by hour timeline of when this rain will wrap upcoming up. and new this morning, it's the news many sharks fans have been waiting for. a tentative deal has finally been reached in an n.h.l.
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lockout, and alex savage is live in san jose for us with more on what this means and when teams could be back on the ice. alex. >> reporter: well, sharks fans, i can tell you, are celebrating this morning, as it appears we have an end to the n.h.l. lockout. and in all likelihood, the sharks will be back on the ice here at the h.p. pavilion, at some point later on this month. also, i have to tell you, this is certainly good news for the bars and restaurants in the downtown area here in san jose, because business has really taken a hit during the lockout which started back in mid september. a short time ago we dropped by peggy sue's restaurant downtown where workers were happy to hear the sharks will likely be playing again within the next couple of weeks. that will likely mean big crowds on those game nights. the n.h.l. players union and the league reached an agreement early this morning after a marathon 16- hour negotiating session. and with a deal in place that could end the lockout, the n.h.l. is now looking at either a 48 or a 50-game season, depending on how long it takes to ratify
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the agreement. that means games could start in the next week or two, and this morning, i broke the good news to a sharks fan who was clearly excited. >> that is awesome! thank god! they finally figured this out. at least you know, they're almost as bad as the government there for a while. >> reporter: now as part of the new 10-year agreement that was worked out, new salary cap rules will be put in place. there will also be new limits on the length of player contracts. later on this week, likely on tuesday, the players' union will be voting on the agreement that was worked out, and then the league obviously has to approve everything as well. but training camp could begin as early as mid week, and again, the expectation is that players will be back on the ice playing games, including the sharks, here at h.p., within the next couple of weeks. live in morning in san jose, alex savage, ktvu, channel 2 news. weather could be to blame for a deadly accident that shut down several streets in san jose overnight. that crash happened around 2:30 this morning on south first in
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margaret streets. the car veered off the side of the road hitting lampposts before flipping upside down. a 22-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene. menlow park firefighters responded to a hazmat scare at a bio chemical facility overnight. a security guard at pacific bio sciences smelled a strange odor and felt nauseous. when firefighters arrived on scene, they decided to launch a hazmat operation. safety crews were not sure what type of substances were stored in the building, so they put on those hazmat suits and set up a de contamination area. >> we set up a hot zone, a warm zone and a cold zone. prepared to decon an entry team and we did set up an entry team to go in and examine the atmosphere. >> firefighters traced the problem to an overheated ventilation system. new this morning a 16-year- old is recovering in the hospital after being shot overnight.
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it happened around 10:15 last night on santa theresa way and park boulevard. police say it appears to be a drive-by shooting. the teen was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition. at this hour, the search continues for a man who stabbed a cab driver outside macarthur bart station. oakland police say the incident began last night with an argument between a man and woman on board a train. the woman got off the train and the man chased after her and followed her into a taxi. the cab driver tried to intervene, but that's when he was stabbed. the suspect took off and another cabbie took him to the hospital where the victim is reportedly in stable condition. there is no word on what happened to the woman involved. meanwhile, a 13-year-old girl is recovering from life- threatening injuries she received after being hit by a taxi in san francisco. that happened on friday night near the intersection of pine and stockton. police say the girl was visiting from out of town, and it appears she ran into traffic. people who live in that area say this is just the latest incident involving that intersection.
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they say pedestrians just can't see cars coming up the 4eu8. >> i'm new to san francisco in the last five months, so this is a new area for me and i am aware of the problems with this in particular. so it breaks my heart, having children of my own. >> now there is a sign that you can see there that says no crossing at that intersection. police haven't said whether the taxi driver will be cited in the accident funeral plans are pending for a 19-year-old alyssa byrne. the petaluma girl whose body was found on a snowbank in tahoe after disappearing on new year's eve. this weekend several sonoma county restaurants are holding benefits in her honor. a photo of alyssa is greeting customers at the beyond the glory sports bar and also hanging photos of her that were taken when she played little league baseball. >> she was a ball of energy, a ball of life, and you know, she will be missed by us. every day. >> alyssa dreamt of becoming a firefighter paramedic, and
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members of cal fire presented her family a fire fighting patch to welcome her to the cal fire family. proceeds from the fund-raisers will go to the national center for missing and exploited children. the owner of a former walnut creek nightclub has filed a complaint with the police department alleging illegal treatment. alleging bat publicity from what he called police harassment forced the ultra lounge nightclub to close its doors. the department says it responded to 30 fights and 31 citations for public intoxication at the club and a heavy police presence was needed. the city of walnut creek has hired an outside investigator to look into the claims. on january 15th, the city council is scheduled to hear the club's appeal. it's just the beginning of flu season and officials say it's likely to get worse before it gets better. there has been a dramatic surge in a number of cases right here in the bay area. in just the past week the number of people testing positive doubled from 6% to 12%. doctors say flu season will ramp up as children go back to
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school. >> the flu is financially here in the bay area. we -- officially here in the bay area. we know the flu is common in kids and they are together and exchanging germs all the time. >> the flu season can linger into march or april, so health officials say it is not too late to go out and get that flu shot. the c.d.c. has released new information surrounding last year's whooping cough season. they say it was the worst year in nearly six decades. officials say the u.s. reached a peak of nearly 42,000 cases that reported 18 deaths. health experts say it should be a reminder to get children vaccinated against the illness. good morning to you. a live look here at the bay bridge. it sure is a soggy start out there this morning. but we will continue to watch the rain taper off, and by the afternoon, we are looking at dry conditions, and partly cloudy skies. it's actually going to turn out to be a nice afternoon. here storm tracker 2 showing you the rain has really, really
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tapered off in the last couple of hours or so. we started earlier this morning. the pockets of rain fairly widespread. now i have to get into the east bay to see this light rain continuing to fall along 580 in and around livermore. this will continue through the morning hours, up over the sierra, watching the snow showers continue right about 4000 feet. seeing a rain/snow mix about pollack pines. that will continue to taper off as well. backing it up the system is continuing to shift south and east taking the moisture with it. as we get into the afternoon, we will be dry. the winds right now generally light out there. calm in and around half moon bay, palo alto reporting a very light breeze and 5 miles per hour reported at s.f.o. let me show you what happens getting through the morning hours. temperatures this morning, because of all this cloud cover, actually a little bit warmer in some cases, and a lot warmer for our valley locations. areas like livermore, santa rosa, napa, anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees above yesterday's start. and we will continue to watch temperatures climb into the 50s for the afternoon. by 10:00 or so, still dealing
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with a few scattered showers, particularly over parts of the east bay. 11:00, not finished with it just yet. but over the north bay, partly cloudy skies to mostly cloudy skies, and then getting into the lunch hour, boy we're looking a lot better with sun and clouds mixed in for the afternoon. and then, perhaps partly cloudy to mostly clear skies as we get a little bit closer to sun set right about 5:00, 5:05. here is a look at the forecasted highs for today. mid 50s in oakland, 54 san francisco, areas like concord struggling to get out of the 40s yesterday. you'll hit 52 this afternoon. with more sunshine, a slightly warmer conditions it should feel better in your neighborhood. mid 50s san jose, 54 for morgan hill. the extended forecast shows you we actually will see a little bit of a warming trend as we get started into the early part of the week. dry conditions overnight lows, upper 30s, low 40s, perhaps a little patchy fog to start the morning. by the afternoon, upper 50s, low 60s with mostly sunny skies. monday, tuesday, clouds will return by wednesday. wednesday night will be the
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next chance for some rain moving in, and it could last into thursday morning. coming up, i'll show you how much rain has fallen over parts of the bay area in the last 24 hours. as of today, there is no more free meter parking in san francisco. meters will now be enforced every sunday, everywhere in the city from noon until 6 p.m. supporters hope that new policy is going to free up parking spaces in busy shopping districts. but some local business owners worry that it's actually going to drive customers away. there is going to be a grace period, though for the next three weeks, which means drivers are only going to get a warning if they forget to feed those meters. >> how nice. a little grace period despite the new healthcare law, the price for your healthcare is actually going up. we'll tell you which companies are planning to increase your insurance rates, and how much it could end up costing you in the long run. >> we don't need that right now. we need help. >> plus, google maps, drawing criticism from people hard hit by hurricane sandy. what they're doing, and how
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they want that many to stop it. >> and a live look outside. the east shore freeway, interstate 80 in berkeley looking great in both directions right there. it's 9:11. this is mornings on 2. ♪
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we're counting. one, two, three. is that four rain drops on the lens at the golden gate bridge? the wet weather is beginning to track south. well, google has been making visits to the areas hardest hit by superstorm sandy, but not to delivery leaf. it's in an effort to update their map technology. google is photographing the destroyed neighborhoods in staton island. the company is updating its imagery for its 360 degree panoramic neighborhood mats. google says it hopes to have people understand the extent of the damage and the importance of the recovery efforts but some residents aren't happy. >> i've seen enough people come by taking pictures. to me it's gawking. we don't need that right now. we need help. >> google plans to take another round of photos to follow up and show the recovery progress over time. the first family is back home at the white house. in the last hour we've showed you live right here on mornings on 2 president obama and the first lady coming out of air force one at joint base andrews in maryland.
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the family spent the last day of their vacation in a rental home in kylua and then at a steak house. off air force one, the first family boarded marine one to head back to the white house. president obama will be busy preparing for his inauguration but district of columbia officials predict there will be far fewer people attending this swearing in ceremony than his first one in 2009, when nearly 2 million people flocked to the national mall to see the historic event. this time, close to 800,000 people are expected to attend the swearing in ceremony at the steps of the capitol on monday, january 21st. some insurance premiums are going to go up by more than 25% in california, despite the new healthcare law. the new york times reports blue cross is proposing increasing premiums by 26% in california for some policyholders. aetna is raising premiums by 22%, and blue shield of california plans a 20% increase. 37 states have legislation that allows regulators to roll back
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those rates that are deemed excessive, but california does not. a bone marrow drive will be held today for a bay area mother of three battling a rare form of lymphoma. family members say the woman desperately needs a bone marrow transplant. and indian american donors are her best chance of finding a match. a bone marrow drive is scheduled today at the sikh temple in fairfield. bone marrow drives will also be held next weekend at sikh temples in san jose and fremont. there's more infection under the web links section of ktvu.com. a small ohio city is deeply divided over a rape case involving two high school football players and a 16-year- old girl. [ crowd chanting ] >> the world is watching! the world is watching! >> more than 1000 protesters, some wearing masks, demonstrated in front of the stew benville courthouse today. they demanded transparency in the police investigation. that fold outrage over a video
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posted online which showed steubenville high school athletes joke about the alleged rape last august. >> more people charged as maybe accomplices. you know, a better handling of it by both the school and the police. and the community itself. i want the community to stand up against this corruption. >> city officials are defending the handling of the case through a website detailing the investigation. the two teens play for the high school football team, but police insist they will not allow the popularity of football in the area to sway the investigation. the two teenage suspects will be tried in juvenile court next month. the next chapter in the penn state sex scandal will be unfolding in the coming months. jerry sandusky will return to court on thursday. defense lawyers are arguing that they were not given enough time to prepare for the trial. they want the judge to throw out the guilty verdicts. sandusky was convicted of 45 counts of child abuse. meanwhile, hearings for three former administrators accused
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of covering up the molestations are being postponed pending the resolutions of several motions. >> there may be a new twist in the investigation into the murder of a modesto native. chandra levy. the modesto bee reports a closed court session was held on friday to discuss information that would undermine a prosecution witness. it's not known if that information is going to change the outcome of the trial. back in 2010, a jury found ingmar guandik guilty of killing levy after attacking her on a washington d.c. trail back in 2001. levy's disappearance drew national attention when investigators learned she had been having an affair with former central valley congressman gary condit. tomorrow marks six years since a man was killed in san francisco. police want your help in solving the crime. alberto castillo was shot while driving his silver souvenir 13th and folsom streets on january 17th, 2007. police say the gunman in the shooting had confronted castillo earlier that night at
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club caliente. anyone with information is asked to call police. a bicyclist is recovering after hitting a muni bus in san francisco. it happened yesterday afternoon on geary street. police say it happened when the bicyclist swerved into traffic to avoid someone opening a car door. the bikest it was taken to the host for treatment. in vallejo a $10,000 reward is being offered for the arrest and conviction of the driver involved in a hit and run that sent a pedestrian to the hospital. the crash happened just after 5 p.m. on christmas eve on broadway street near hogan avenue. investigators say the vehicle is similar to this one, a '96 to 2000 two-door black honda civic. the car likely has damage to the front passenger side, and damage to the right headlight bumper and hood. the 54-year-old victim remains in critical condition. vallejo schools have stepped up security over the long holiday break to try to stop a recurring problem. officials say these breaks are a prime time for copper thieves to target the schools and just over christmas week, vallejo high school was stripped over
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its metal wiring. police did make an arrest in that case, and schools have hired a security team to patrol those campuses to try to curb the problem. they're also asking neighbors to keep an eye out for any suspicious activity. well, a cat in brazil. check this guy out. caught breaking the law that snuck into a prison. check out what the guards found strapped to that feline. that package of contraband included a cell phone, charger, batteries, drill bits, files and a memory card. you can see they're all taped to that cat. guards say the items could have aided in an escape attempt or just helped inmates communicate with criminals on the outside. that cat was taken to a local animal center. >> and guards still trying to figure out who is responsible for sending that cat up with those items. your summer trip could end up costing you more this year. we'll tell you which airline is hoping to be the first to hike airfare prices, p9"t/ñand how m could end up costing you. >> our wet weather is slowly exiting the area.
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when i expect the dry weather will take center stage, coming up.
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breaks news out of the south bay. the san jose police department is investigating a suspicious death this morning. a man's boyed was found just before 8:00 this morning in front of a home on eee avenue. the circumstances surrounding the man's death are under investigation. the police department's homicide unit is taking over that case. the search continues this morning for a florida man who was last seen sky diving in washington state. crews have narrowed the search to a quarter mile area. the foothills near mount sy east of seattle. search crews were out again yesterday looking for a missing plane off the coast of venezuela carrying italian fashion designer vittorio missoni. the 58-year-old missoni was traveling with his wife, two italian friends and two venezuelan crew members when the small plane they were in vanished on friday. some say it's the perfect time to hit up new york city
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for a little post-holiday vacation. new york city hotels are offering big discounts, low room rates are an effort to drive business during what's typically one of the slowest times of the year. 24 hotels are participating in hotel week this year, and the event runs until january 20th. meanwhile only six days into the new year and two airlines are already launching their first attempt for a fare increase. united airlines and its star alliance partner air canada are trying to hike more than one million fares across their system. the hike would be 2 to $5 each way. there were 7 attempted fare likes in 2012, and that number is likely to grow this year. san jose international getting ready to be the first bay area airport to offer a unique nonstop service. coming up at 9:40, we'll let you know where the flights are headed and why so many silicon valley tech companies are excited. rain still falling in parts of the bay area. rosemary, where exactly is that rain? >> primarily over the east bay. we'll see it through the morning hours. sliding out of here and we will
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be left with dry weather for the afternoon. giving you a look at storm tracker 2. very gloomy, cloudy, still in most cases but you can see the rain beginning, really to drop off at this hour. over navarro, perhaps we've got just a few light sprinkles, but it's 580, over livermore, pleasanton, dublin where we see a steady light rainfalling and this is what we'll see through the morning hours. by lunchtime, i figure we'll be mainly dry and for the afternoon turning partly cloudy the second half of your day. rainfall totals not bad at all. a third of an" and around san francisco, a quarter in oakland. .4 for napa, .44 in santa rosa. over the santa cruz mountains taking the cake almost an inch near boulder creek. your forecast for the afternoon, so again, drying out by the lunch hour. mid to upper 40s outside your door right now with a light breeze. we will remain mostly cloudy through about lunchtime. upper 40s, low 50s and then for the afternoon, low to mid 50s in the forecast with a mix of
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sunshine and clouds. upper 40s, low 50s is pretty much what we had yesterday. so you can expect temperatures to feel a little bit better as we get through the afternoon with more sunshine as well. and we have a warming trend for the first half of your week. i will bring you that extended forecast in just a little bit. well, we now know who will be playing the niners in the playoffs. we'll let you know which team it will be and how you can get your hands on some playoff tickets. >> plus, more snow falling in the sierra, just how much snow the storm is expected to bring, and what that means for those tahoe resorts. nocked off. and sometimes, it took a minute to download a song. that's sixty seconds, for crying out loud. we know how long a minute is! sitting, waiting for an album to download. i still have back problems. you're only 14 and a half. he doesn't have back problems. you kids have got it too good if you ask me. [ male announcer ] now u-verse high speed internet has more speed options, reliability and ways to connect. rethink possible. oman3 days of walking to give a break cancer survivor a lifetime--
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there's still a lot of work to be done. >> big developments overnight in the n.h.l. lockout. morton more on the deal that could soon put the sharks back on the ice. i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm mike mibach. good news for shark fans. it appears the n.h.l. lockout is finally over. the n.h.l. and the players association agreed on a tentative deal ending a nearly four-month lockout that threatened to wipe out the entire season. the more than 16 hour marathon negotiation session with the federal mediator reportedly produced a 10-year deal with a 64.3 million dollar salary cap for the 2013-2014 season. free agent contracts will be a maximum seven years and the players' share of hockey related income will drop from 57% to 50/50 split.
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it is a deal, however that still needs to be accepted by the players. the deal means a 48-game season could begin january 19th, with teams playing opponents only in their conference. ticket goes on sale tomorrow morning for the san francisco 49ers divisional playoff game. they will be hosting the green bay packers on saturday night. yesterday the packers beat their n.f.c. north rival minnesota vikings. the packers have the 17-3 lead at half time. they went on to win 24-10. this will be the sixth time since 1995 that the packers and niners face each other in the playoffs. the niners have won only once in those meetings, back in 1998. thank you steve young and terrell owens. the other n.f.c. wild card game is today with the seahawks and the redskins right here on k.t.v.u. channel 2. coverage begins at 1:00 this afternoon with the fox n.f.l. sunday pregame show followed by the game at 1:30. the winner of that seahawks/redskins game will take on atlanta next sunday. and in the a.f.c. the houston texans beat the bengals 19-13. the texans face the patriots
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next sunday. today andrew luck will lead the colts against the ravens. the winner of that game faces the broncos on saturday. the f.b.i. is expected to release more information tomorrow on efforts to excavate a well near sacramento. the same well where the remains of the victims of a serial killer have been found. investigators say they found broken bones from at least three people, and a fetus in that well along with the purse and jacket of another victim. death row inmate wesley shermantine gave investigators a map to the well and burial site. he is known as the speed freak killers for a meth-fueled killing streak. police believe they killed as many as 20. police in san francisco are looking for a 92-year-old man last seen new year's day. walter wakamuski is described as a white man, 5 feet 5 and 140 pounds. he has green eyes and gray hair. police say he is known to visit gambling halls and racetracks. they are concerned because he uses several medication that he
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needs regularly. the alleged gunman in the deadly new year's eve shooting in old town sacramento has been released from the hospital and is in jail. carlitomont i don't was released late last night. he is accused of killing two and injuring four other in a shoot-out while thousands were in old sacramento for a fireworks show. montoya faces murder charges and is scheduled to appear in court on tuesday. in response to the deadly shooting sacramento's mayor is proposing a gun buy-back program. mayor kevin johnson suggested the idea during a city council meeting. the mayor says giving people cash for guns will help keep weapons off the street. he also says similar efforts last month in san francisco and oakland resulted in hundreds of guns handed over. we're learning more about how the obama administration plans to curb the nation's gun violence. vice president joe biden is spearheading the group. it is considering proposals such as requiring universal background checks for gun buyers. tracking the movement and sale of weapons through a national database.
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strengthening mental health policies and increasing penalties for those giving firearms to children or carriage weapons near schools. once the proposals are set, biden will lead an aggressive public relations campaign to drum up support. a san francisco music venue is hosting a benefit for the sandy hook parent/teacher association. sandy hook students just recently went back to school in a new building and the p.t.a. wants to decorate it with paper snow flakes. bottom of the hill on 17th street in san francisco is holding a snow flake-making party and will send them all to connecticut. it will last from noon until 4 today. people in oakland passionate about stopping gun violence took their message to the streets in a peace rally. >> what do we want? >> peace! >> when do we want it? >> now! >> the group save oakland held the demonstration tomorrow outside berkdale park. 15-year-old raquel burstil and 16-year-old bobby sartain were shot at the park in november. raquel's father started a
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foundation in her honor and says he wants to help troubled teenagers. >> show them that there's places where they can spend their time, and feel loved and needed. they don't have to go to the streets and get caught up out here. >> police arrested three people connected to the homicides. one of them is a juvenile. the adults, 18-year-old deonte powell and 19-year-old antonio edwards have been charged with murder. a violent standoff in aurora, colorado ended with four people including the gunman dead. police say a 33-year-old man shot and killed three people before officers gunned him down. the victims included his stepfather and his sister-in- law. the standoff lasted for six hours yesterday after the gunman barricaded himself inside a home and then repeatedly fired at officers. >> as this person was leaving, she saw three other people that were in the home that appeared to be lifeless. >> a woman who safely escaped from that home was identified as the gunman's wife. meally ill. husband was
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tomorrow will be an important day for the aurora movie theater shooting suspect james holmes. prosecutors are expected to start outlining their case against him in a hearing that is expected to last all week. homes is charged with killing 12 people and wounding 70 others last july during a midnight showing of the batman movie the dark knight rises. the judge must decide if there is enough evidence to take the case to trial. retired general stanley mccrystal is speaking out for the first time about the controversial remarks that led to his resignation. in his new memo worry he says his decision to resign as u.s. commander in afghanistan was his alone. he also says he takes responsibility for the remarks in a rolling stone article that quoted his aides harshly criticizing the white house including vice president joe biden. biden disagreed with mack crystal's strategy of a surge in troops in afghanistan. east bay fire agencies may be failing to meet national standards. the contra costa times reports oakland is the only east bay fire department that meets four
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key benchmarks for fire protection. the benchmarks include having four firefighters in each engine or truck. or having one firefighter for every 1000 people in the population. the other two benchmarks outline response times. fire officials say budget cuts make it difficult to maintain staffing levels needed to meet the benchmarks. a new federal grant will allow the oakland fire department to hire new and laid off firefighters. officials say the 7.5 -- 7.8, rather, million dollar grant is going to put two additional fire engines into service every day. it is also going to put a stop to those rotating station closures. san jose's mineta international is the first airport in the bay area to offer nonstop dean dream liner service to asia. after st. years of waiting, san jose will begin its service to tokyo on friday. that first service will only be offered five times a week but come this summer, it will be offered daily. silicon valley tech company executives say they are excited for the new service. if dream liner is the world's most technologically advanced
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airplane. the rain was falling in the bay area and snow in the sierra. this is what it looked like just a short time ago on interstate 80 near king vail. 6100 feet up. snow was falling there overnight, up to 6 inches, and new snow expected to fall from this latest storm. strong gusty winds also expected today in the sierra. well the continuing snow fall is good news for california ski resorts. many of them reporting big profits from the attendance over the holidays. boreal ski resort is reporting a 5% increase in business compared to the traditional holiday season. the lake tahoe chamber of commerce also report an increase in bookings through march. many businesses are hoping to make up for lost revenue following last year's poor ski season. good morning to you. giving you a live look over san jose. it is a damp soggy, cloudy, even foggy start out there this morning, but is hours coming to an end and as it's does we make
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way for drive weather for your afternoon. a live look at storm tracker 2. a few sprinkles possible over parts of the north bay. a little drizzle, the peninsula mainly dry at this point. oakland, fremont mainly dry, if we get into farther inland, we have along 580, livermore continuing with a few light showers here only stanley boulevard, and if i shift just a little bit, over brentwood. this will continue to move south, as we move through the morning hours. look here, the time lapse just a couple of hours, and you can see how the storm just as a whole continues to shift south and east. and it's going to be taking that scattered showers activity with it. through 9:00 scattered showers, 10:00 still dealing with a few hit or miss showers especially for the east and south bay. as the storm continues to exit the area, so will the rain. by noontime, i expect we will be mostly cloudy, but dry and then for the afternoon, partly cloudy. sun set's right about 5:00. a look here of what we can expect in the afternoon. temperatures warming into the mid 50s in some areas, with
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mostly sunny skies. the winds in from the north could pick up just a little bit for the afternoon, but not bad at all as we get into monday morning. a lot of the little ones on winter break now headed back to school. upper 30s, low 40s in the forecast. perhaps some patchy fog through the inland areas but by the afternoon, a nice warming trend under way. upper 50s, low 60s in the forecast. tuesday looking just as good. low 60s expected for thus, and then we begin to see the pattern change once again. increasing clouds expected on wednesday. by wednesday night, we are looking at evening showers in the forecast there, and then thursday morning will remain with the scattered showers. meanwhile, temperatures will begin to fall as well, back into the mid to upper 30s in the overnight hours. low to mid 50s expected for the afternoon. coming up, i'll have a look at your lunchtime numbers. the world's largest technology conference is about to get under way in las vegas. just how many new gadgets will be featured at this year's event? >> first, a live look outside.
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there's macarthur maze. 580, 88, 80, all there. pretty quiet morning on bay area highways. it's 9:40, this is mornings on 2.
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you a live look over the port of oakland. a few breaks in the clouds there this morning. we've got scattered showers tapering off to dry conditions for the afternoon. >> it's 9:43. here is a recap of the top stories we have been following for you this morning. a 22-year-old man is dead after he lost control of his car overnight. it happened on south first in margaret streets and san jose, around 3:00 this morning. officers say he hit a couple of lampposts before flipping the car onto its roof. funeral plans are pending for the petaluma teenager whose body was found on a snowbank in tahoe after disappearing new
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year's eve. this weekend, several sonoma county restaurants are holding benefits in her honor. and it looks like we are going to have a hockey season after all, although it will be a short one. overnight the n.h.l. and the players association agreed on a tentative deal ending a nearly four-month lockout that threatened to wipe out the entire season. it is a deal, however, that still needs to be approved by the players. if they do, games could begin january 19th. >> and at 9:43, we're also following breaking news out of san jose. police are vest gaiting a suspicious death. a man's body was found just before 8 this morning from in front of a home on tripoli avenue. the circumstances surrounding the death are under investigation. the san jose police department's homicide unit is taking over this case and reporter alex savage is on his way to the scene and we'll bring you a live report when he gets there. a freeway shooting made the for a rough saturday evening commute on interstate 580 in oakland. it hanked happened around 5:30 last night near the edwards an off ramp in the eastbound
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direction. c.h.p. shut down the off ramp while police investigated the shooting. all victims took themselves to the hospital and are reportedly in stable condition. no word on if anybody is in custody. oakland city leaders and the police union are reportedly at odds over safety spending. according to the chronicles, two council members want to spend about $500,000 to get deputies from alameda county's sheriff's office to help patrol oakland city streets but the police union says the money should go to buying new squad cars, more training, or to be used for hiring additional police officers. napa police cruisers are getting a new look. police in napa are phasing out their ford crown victorias for chevy caprice sedans. the move comes after ford discontinued the production of the crown vicks. ford chevy caprices were ordered this month and could it the month as soon as able. a poem project started by napa county's poet laurette will be installed this week at
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veteran's memorial park. a wooden box will contain as many as 50 poems written by local poets. leonore wilson said she got the idea for the box from similar projects in portland, oregon. if the poem box is successful, they will also be installed in american canyon, as well as calistoga. a teenager is scheduled to be in court to face charges that he was planning an attack on his high school. 17-year-old derek shrout is being prosecuted as an adult. police say he is a self- proclaimed white supremacist who was looking to commit hate crimes. investigators say he mapped out a plan to bomb the school in a journal he kept in a camouflage cover, but a teachish discovered that journal after he left it in class on friday. >> he got to worry about it, maybe he has friends that want to do it. never know. >> he could got me in school for real if he wanted to. he could have got the whole school. >> investigators say shrout
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targeted students and a teacher and developed plans just days after the connecticut school shooting. authorities found dozens of tobacco containers filled with slap until and holes drilled for fuses in his bedroom. his family says the journal is filled with the harmless thoughts of a rebellious teenager. new yorkers are calling for subway barriers in the wake of two horrific deaths in which attackers pushed victims off the platform. transit officials say they are considering barriers but say they would be expense and i have difficult to install at every stop in that 108-year-old system. other cities, including paris and beijing use a sliding door system in at least some of their stations. new this morning, the syrian president gave a national address today saying his country is under attack. president assad's first address since june. since then, u.n. officials say 10s of thousands of syrians have been killed and even mover have fled the country. assad said his forces were fighting groups of murderous criminals and deny the up rising against his family's
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decades long rule. the president continues to stand against global calls for him to step down. israel's prime minister is calling for a fortified fence on the border of syria. this is video of the mortar rounds fired this last november. benjamin netanyahu says they need the fence because the syrian army has moved away and jihad forces have moved in. this morning searchers are looking for at least 100 people unaccounted for after wildfires december stated the austrailian island of tasmania. more than 40 fires are still burning. the prime minister is scheduled to tour the town of denali tomorrow. more than 65 homes, a police station and school in the small town burned. san francisco residents concerned about a plan to redevelop two public housing complexes and visitation valley got a chance to be heard. the city wants public input for an environmental impact report
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on a propose foal build about 1700 units on a 49 acre site. 785 units of the sunnydale and velasco public housing complex would need to be demolished to make way for the new development. >> the idea is to develop it into a mixed-income community that would include affordable and market rate housing as well as all new community amenities like new park space and new community center. >> the developer says san francisco housing authority policy, people who are living in those housing projects right now and who are in good standing would be given a spot in the new development. two companies are reportedly in the running to acquire the hostess baking empire. the wall street journal says two companies, one from georgia and one in mexico are both considering bids for the hostess breads brand which could go up for 250. the new mexico based company makessed thomas's english must have finishes.
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hostess declared bankruptcy in november. and sling media plans to change its ways after customers filed multiple complaints about its warranty and maintenance plans. that company will pay now neon 195,000 in penalties to settle the claims. customers were upset when sling media didn't honor its warranty and gave faulty software update. the company also failed to register properly with the state as an electronic service dealer, so it must reregister. sling media makes hardware that allows users to watch t.v. from various portable devices. a technology conference kicks off in las vegas tomorrow. and they plan to show case a new group of smart gargts controlled by voice or gestures. also the latest advancements in car technology. 20,000 new products are expected to be unveiled this week. a whole lot of money up for grabs pretty soon. we'll let you know why so many people are rushing to the store to get their hands on tickets for tuesday's mega millions drawing.
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>> our wet weather is exiting the area with dry weather in the forecast for your sunday afternoon. i'll have a look at what you can expect for your area coming up.
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and we are following breaking news in the south bay. san jose police are investigating what they are calling a suspicious death and k.t.v.u.'s alex savage has just arrived on the scene. alex, what can you tell us? >> reporter: we just got here, sort of getting a lay of the land but we understand according to an officer i talked with this man's body found outside of a home that's just up this block, partway down on the left-hand side. that's where investigators are focused right now. and police are saying at this point the death is considered suspicious. this is the 1900 block of tripoli avenue. san jose police got this 911 call around 8:00 this morning. reports of a man who was unconscious and not breathing. paramedics arrived here and they eventually pronounced this man dead. at this point, police hasn't said exactly how this man died,
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but obviously the circumstances surrounding this death raised enough red flags for the initial officers who arrived here on scene, that the homicide unit has now been called in here. they will be doing a full investigation. we are hoping soon here to talk with a sergeant on scene and get more information. at this point, we know a suspicious death in south san jose. live this morning, alex savage, ktvu, channel 2 news. >> thanks, alex. in just two days, a big jackpot up for grabs has many people rushing to buy the lottery tickets. the mega millions jackpot is up to an estimated $47 million for tuesday night's drawing. no tickets were sold on friday that matched all six numbers, although one ticket was sold in california matching five numbers but it didn't have the mega number. it was sold in san joaquin county and is worth $572,000. it's going to cost a lot more to attend the burning manifest value this year. ticket goes on sale february 13th, and they'll cost just $380. last year the price of tickets started around 240. 4000 tickets will be made available for people who qualify for the low income
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ticket plan. those tickets will cost $190 this year. up from $160. and it's one of the hottest tickets in town right now for college football fans, and probably one of the most expensive. all eyes will be focused on the b.c.s. national championship game tomorrow night in miami. number one ranked notre dame is going to take on number two ranked alabama at sun life stadium in miami, but it's costing fans a hefty price. tickets are selling for up to $2500. but many fans say it's worth it. >> a little excessive but we had to do it. definitely worth it. >> i'm kind of cheap so will probably only go 500. we'll see what happens. >> thousands of fans have traveled to miami in hopes of watching that game in person but ticket brokers say many people most likely end up having to watch the game from a sports bar. the golden state warriors will be back on the court wednesday hosting the memphis grizzlies at oracle arena. they will try to bounce back from the big loss to the clippers last night.
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just days after beating the clippers in oakland the warriors were soundly beaten at staples center. they never led in the game and lost to the clippers 115-89. bad weather in hawaii has delayed the start of the p.g.a. tour season. wind gusts of up to 40 miles per hour made it so players could not tee off on friday or but golfers will be out on the course again today in hopes of playing 36 holes followed by an 18-hole finish tomorrow. if all goes as planned, this will be the first time since 1997 that a tournament of champions reduced to 54 holes. tomorrow is moving day at the san francisco exploratory yum. the museum's long-time location by the palace of fine arts closed its doors last week and now workers have the task of moving the exhibits to the exploratorium's new home on pier 15. the new museum on the pier is scheduled to open april 15. thousands are gathering in china for their annual ice and
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snow festival. at one spot it turned into an ex traver gant icy. l.e.d. lights are being used to cast a cheery glow in the freezing temperatures there. visitors can take a ride down that giant ice slide which is about 500 feet long. 9:56. let's take you over to rosemary for a last check of the weather this sunday morning. >> yes, good morning to you. so improving conditions around the bay area, although a little tough to tell with all that gray to go around. still outside our doors, partly cloudy, dry conditions for your afternoon. still continuing to see a few light showers fall over a long 580 just shifting to livermore. spotty showers in the forecast through the morning hours, mid to upper 40s right now as we get into the noontime. mostly cloudy, mainly dry. upper 40s, low 50s for your lunch hour and then into the afternoon, peeks of sunshine in there and temperatures warm will into the low to mid 50s. seasonal for this time of year as we get into this drying trend we also see a warming trend. low 60s in the forecast to
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start the week. that means we'll be actually a little bit above average for this time of year. overnight lows upper 30s low 40s. patchy fog expected in the valley locations. wednesday, thursday. there comes that next threat for some rain. so, get outdoors and enjoy that mild seasonably mild weather. >> warming trend. >> 60. we haven't seen that number for a while. >> it should feel pretty good. >> all right. it is january. >> thanks, rosemary. that is our report for this morning. thank you, of course for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. >> be sure and stay tuned for ktvu for the n.f.l. playoffs. the next newscast at six spock we're always here at ktvu.com and mobile ktvu. have a great sunday, everyone. thanks for joining us.